Here's how to create profitable projects even if the client has a small budget.
Impostor syndrome is a ghost in everyone's closet but it doesn't have to be as scary as it may seem.
Here's how I leverage impostor syndrome to my advantage.
Once you get this dialed in, you'll be virtually unstoppable.
Here's the blueprint that turns impostor syndrome into one of your strongest assets.
The key to getting your client to see your value is to set the right first impression. That means guiding their thinking with the questions you ask so that they understand that you are helping them solve deeper, more valuable problems – not just “selling websites.”
Web design in general and WordPress development have become very crowded markets.
If you want to know how to rise above the noise and attract bigger clients without lowering your prices, Chis Lema has some incredibly insightful strategies to share as we discuss The Art of Being Different.
Especially for people like us in the tech world where everything is always evolving it's easy to feel like you're always on the hunt for the new thing.
Well, here's how we hack the whole system so you can quickly double your revenue without learning anything new.
If you're feeling stuck with low-paying clients or maybe you even feel like your skills are becoming less valuable DEFINITELY join me for this one because you'll get some great ideas for how to become much more profitable without needing to learn anything new.
This quick hack works so fast it feels like you're almost cheating. But really you're just picking up money that's already on the table. You aren't cheating you just STOP cheating yourself.
Josh has built a following of over 22,000 subscribers on his YouTube channel where he's got videos on everything from Divi tutorials to sales and marketing strategies for web designers. Today, Josh takes us through his journey from just getting started with Photoshop all the way up to building and eventually selling his own profitable web design business.
This is for you if you are a web designer but you find yourself working on random, unrelated projects – especially if you're finding it hard to get up into the prices you want to be charging.
Join Josh and me and discover answers to questions like:
- How can I get my prices up?
- How should I position my business and define who I am?
- Should I pick a niche?
- How many clients should I try to get?
- How can I set goals and develop a vision for my business?
- What's my next step because what got me here won't get me there?
After coaching hundreds of web designers and agency owners I've discovered that there are basically only two ways – two methods – to find clients. It's a lot like Robert Frost's “The Road Not Taken.”
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I—
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.
Let's take a look at both roads and see which one you'd like to travel.
Web design is getting cheaper every day. In my opinion, we've pretty much hit the bottom. You can hire a “fully vetted” WordPress developer for about $20/hour from RipplePop. I'm imagining no more than $15/hour is actually going to the developer; probably less.
Not surprisingly, businesses aren't getting results from these low-budget service providers. Herein lies an extraordinary opportunity. Here's how you can make 5x more revenue without working more hours, without learning anything new, and without losing your integrity.
Everyone says the riches are in the niches but not all niches are winners. Here are the top three ways to pick a bad niche for web design.
With so much functionality getting added to social media channels is a website even necessary anymore?
There are a bunch of things you can do on social media now that used to be possible only if you had your own website.
For example, you can:
- Sell products on Facebook and Instagram
- Deliver live webinars and workshops in a Facebook group (or Page)
- Add a contact form to a Facebook page
All of these enhancements to social media are very helpful but they don't replace websites.
Here are 5 overlooked reasons why businesses still need websites even in 2021.